1. Limiter No. 6


Limiter No. 6 is much more than just a limiter it is a very powerful mastering tool. You can use Limiter No. 6 for multiple instruments with the presets or tweak the knobs to your liking. Limiter No. 6 does magic on both bass and the overall master.

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2. Shattered Glass Audio: Code Red


Code Red Free is inspired by a classic, all tube, British consoles from the late 60s. The original console was known for its EQ, bold and punchy character, and the warmth it imparted. The Beatles recorded most of their material using this, and other versions of this console. The easily recognized over driven sound of the Beatles’ Revolution was created by chaining two preamps from this console. Shattered Glass Audio has gone to considerable lengths to find accurate information and reproduce the original EQ curves and accurately model the preamp.

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3. Nova 67P


Nova-67P is a parallel parametric equalizer plugin combined with a compressor. The compressor can optionally operate in frequency dependent and split-band modes. In this case the plugin operates as a parallel dynamic equalizer.

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4. Metric Halo: THUMP


Thump is a unique audio processor that allows you to synthesize low frequency audio to add low end to a track or generate another sound entirely. Thump looks at the pitch and dynamics of its audio input and uses this information to control its oscillators. You can add low end to drums, augment a bass or even create synthetic drones.

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Tyrell Nexus 6 is a free Analog / subtractive synth plug-in developed by uhe.
 Its features are those that we may expect from a vintage synthesizer like the Juno series from Roland. Smooth overdrive in the oscillator mixer. Filter output can be fed back into the mixer. Unison mode, with voice index modulation source. Envelopes can be looped or triggered via LFO. Envelopes re trigger just like classic hardware.

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